Last year's NAHB PWB Woman of the Year recipient, Darylene Dennon, Carol Morgan (center) and 2015 NAHB PWB Chair, Carole Jones
Carol Morgan, managing partner of mRELEVANCE LLC has been selected as the Woman of the Year for the Professional Women in Building (PWB) Council of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
Morgan is a public relations and social media marketing expert, strategist and consultant. With 20 years of experience, she has established herself as the go-to public relations and social media expert for real estate and construction products. Whether teaching a packed room at the International Builders’ Show or in a small session at a local home builders association, she connects with her audience and is able to communicate in an understandable and engaging way.
She has been a staunch advocate of the home building industry for many years through her service at the local, state and national levels. As a PWB member, she has served at the national level for several years, including chair in 2014, vice chair in 2013, Region B trustee in 2012 and 2013 and communications chair in 2010 and 2011. At the local level, she was instrumental in founding the Atlanta PWB chapter, which is now the second largest local council in the nation.
Most significantly, Morgan has effectively represented the interests of council members across the Federation. During her tenure as chair, she focused on building a broader leadership base, achieving full integration of PWB into NAHB, increasing council membership, raising money for BUILD-PAC and increasing the number of PWB councils at the local level. She saw growth and success in all of these endeavors.
“Carol goes beyond the call of duty in everything she is involved in and is one of NAHB’s greatest leaders,” said 2015 NAHB PWB Chair Carole Jones, who presented the award during the 2016 NAHB International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas. “She established a solid foundation for my term as chair and continues to serve as my advisor. It’s clear that she cares deeply about the council and for that we thank her.”